Sudhir Choudhrie is one of the most recognized and successful entrepreneurs based in London focusing on the aviation, hospitality, arms trade as well as healthcare. He was born in India and has played a crucial role in business, politics, philanthropy as well as diplomacy. He holds a bachelor’s degree in economics obtained from the University of Delhi. He became a British national in 2010 and resides in United Kingdom currently,
Upon completion of his education, Sudhir Choudhrie never showed interest in joining his grandfather in venturing into real estate. However, he started his business by purchasing TV equipment from the United Kingdom and selling them to the Indian government.
In 1975, Sudhir Choudhrie founded a magnum international trading company with his primary focus on the export market, which saw expansion as an exploration of the Indian market. In his career, he was the vice-chairman of the Alpha C& C Group; an international holding company primary focusses on investment in many sectors. Besides, he was the director of Deccan Aviation Limited, which was a chartered airline company. He founded Adidas Indian Trading in 1995, which was aimed at introducing the brand in India while at the same time establishing connections with the 280stoore as well as the manufacturing facilities.
Sudhir Choudhrie has been actively using his vast experiences that span for decades fostering of the business in various sectors, which is the primary objective of the C&C Alpha Group which is located in London. This has seen him expand the subsidiary of the group, which ranges from niche technologies, banking, aviation, hospitality as well as healthcare. Some of his achievement worth mentioning includes, the growth of the Alpha Group hospitals located in the united kingdoms, the growth, and development of the alpha aviation group. Also, he has played a key role in advising and consulting for international companies, helping most of his clients in the establishment of the visions that borders on growth plans as well as management of the risks.